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Les clowns pour le bonheur des petits. (Et des grands)

Discussion dans 'Shanghai Pratique' créé par - Résistons -, 4 Novembre 2014.

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    L idée n est pas nouvelle mais elle arrive seulement a Shanghai au Children’s Medical Center. Et a plutôt séduit les autorités présentes. En espérant que cela soit régulier et s'installe dans la durée.

    Article en anglais:
    "YOUNG patients at the Shanghai Children’s Medical Center were cheered up yesterday by two clowns from Israel who performed magic and played games with them.

    However, these are not your ordinary circus clowns, but medical clowns who work alongside hospital staff through treatment procedures in Israeli hospitals.

    Nir Raz and Sarhan Mahamid were invited by the Israeli Consulate in Shanghai to promote the concept of clowning therapy by interacting with kids in three children’s hospitals in the city and provide training on interaction skills for local medical staff during their stay through Friday."
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    "Administrative and medical staff in the hospital were also impressed by the pair’s capers.

    “I’d seen medical clowns in an American hospital 10 years ago when I was an intern there. I was deeply impressed by the scene that saw almost all the children smile when they met the clowns, including those who had been crying while getting injections. So I’m happy to see Mr Raz and Mr Mahamid in our hospital, bringing us the concept of humorous and happy therapy,” said Jiang Fan, Party chief of the SCMC.

    “I hope the children’s hospitals in China will have their own médical clowns soon in the future,” she added."

    http://shanghaidaily.com/metro/heal...hat-laughters-the-best-medicine/shdaily.shtml
     

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